Southern 630 passes by the small Tateville cemetery as it heads to Burnside for a crew change and a service stop
630 passes a small grave yard at Tateville, KY. Many grave stones were simply weathered rock with no writing. Some grave stones had dates preceding the establishment of the CNO&TP line through t... (more)
For the first time in 20 years, a running steam locomotive graced the rails of the CNO&TP! NS 957 is running as a Steam Ferry move to Danville, Kentucky, where it'll layover for the night before d... (more)
It was a nice day six years ago, if somewhat cold, so I trekked down muddy ruts to the ledge high above the lake to catch this southbound double stack train charging uphill at the beginning of the... (more)
A rusty ol' Dash 8 leads a rail train south on the beautiful 2nd District of the CNO&TP.
Norfolk Southern train No. 180 is at Tateville, Kentucky and about to duck under the Highway 804 bridge on August 23, 1992. This train is northbound on the on the former Southern Railway “Rathole”... (more)
At the beginning of the now open "Rathole" this SB enjoys a fresh aiir and now double track. They recently got a nice new yard and crew change just a few miles north. I wish someone would use th... (more)
Daily Cincy-Jax intermodal hotshot 229 roars upgrade on the (then) single track segment between Tateville and KD Tower. This was one of the massive 1963 line changes that eliminated the tunnel-inf... (more)
With a fresh crew at the new crew change point just a few miles north at Burnside, this southbound NS is climbing the grade between Tateville and KD Tower on Track 2. This is one of the huge 1963 ... (more)
A then one-year old C40-9 leads a southbound grain train down the Rathole, just below Tateville.
A then-new SD70 leads a southbound train over the Rathole below Tateville.
Southbound stack train 236 passes under the old Southern signal bridge in Tateville.
NS 2734 leads its train out of the Cumberland River Valley on a beautiful autumn day.
A standard cab Dash 9 leads NS 229 south near Tateville.
NS 175 pulls hard out of the Cumberland River Valley as it heads south on a beautiful winter day.